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MADRAS, OEOOJC COUNTY, OBXGON, THTJRSBAY, OCTOBER 13, 1904.
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and NOTARY PUBLIC
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K. BANDERS, D. D. S.
mnn ninnV TIIK DALLES. OREGON
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PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON
Office In Drug 8tor
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Northwest of Madras.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
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NOTARY PUBLIC AND
U, S. COMMISSIONER
JAMES McHARGUE, Prop.
Only One Price
First-Class Meals & Beds
All White Help
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First class meals and beds.
Prices reasonable. Head
quarters for all stage lines.
SEE EDWARD B. LELAND
Tlio up-to-dato tailor, for suite cleaned
and repaired on short notice. Mail or
dera promptly attended' to. Prices
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Blacksmith and Wagon Maker
Horso Shoeing a speeinlty. Dealer in
coal, iron, wheels, cushions, rubber
tires, springs, axlea.
Geo. C. Blakeley
Th Ratlablo DruKHlHt.
Carries the lrget stock
of dragi and druggliu
undrle In EMtern ure
gon. phot; uppllei
your mkll order solicited
and v 111 reeeire prompt
'The Dalles and
Shaniko Stage Line
Comfortable rigs, good horses, prompt
service, accommodating drivora, daily
except Sunday. Oneway two dollars;
round trip 13.60. Express and parcels
carried at reasonable rates.
By patronising this lino.
P. S. PLUMMBR. Prep.
First class in every respect, travelers
headquarters. BcdB 25c and up. Meals
25c. Special rates by the month or to
families. Ono block from tho depot.
East Second street.
A. 8.'McAllister, Prop., doou aa good
work as the beat. Makes a specialty of
collan, cuffs and white ahirta.
The Dalles, Oregon.
The 1?est cigar for the least monoy of
any manufacturer on the Coast, buy dl
rect frqm the factory and save middlo
men's' profits, sample box of 50 "Ha
vana Filler" postage prepaid $1.75.
Bend p. o. money order, registered let
ter or check.
WILLIAM CRAMER & CO.,
SlOSeeeadBt, TlliJ DALL8S, ORBdON
do to the j
Andy Allen Feed Yard
When l TE DALLES
BEST ATTENTION Q1VEN STOCK
aesd Mrut, mm the Diamond Mllli
Newsy Items Gathered from All
Parts of the WorkL
0P INTEREST TO OUR READERS
General Review of Important Happen
penlfljj Presented in a Brjef and
The Mukden situation remains un
Gorman shipbuilders are busy turn
ing out war supplies for Russia.
Riifl&lan Ambassador McCormick is
coming home on leave of absence.
Die dredge Chinook has made the
channel across the bar at the mouth of
tho Columbia two feet deeper.
Russians claim that Japanese are
cutting off the queues of Coteans and
forcing them to Join tho army.
The German steamer Progress has
run n cargo of coal into Vladivostok
and officers of the vessel say it is easy
to elude the Japanese.
Tho British steamer Sishan. from
Hnncf Koncr. has been seized bv the
Japanese off Niu Chwang. The Sis
han cairieu a cargo oi cattle ana uour
intended for Port Arthur.
It is icporled that the Are of the Jap
anese land batteries have severely dam
aged four Russian warships in the
harbor of Port Arthur. It Is statea
that ono of the vessels waa completely
The volcano Pelee. Martinique island
is In violent eruption.
Brittadier General William S. Worth,
retired, is critically ill.
Ilarrirnan is endeavoring to Rain con
trol of the St. Paul railroad.
Tho Janannfo are canturine many
junks loaded with provisions trying to
enter Port Arthur.
The Ruesiana are displaying great
Activity at Mukdon. The moaning of
the move is in doubt.
A '.Tii nn n org leader nrcdlcts a long
Btracale and expects that Japan will be
out $1,000,000,000 in two years.
Ftllnlnna nro hoi din ir meetincs E?
Manila for tho "nurnoBO of discussing
ways and means of securing independ
ence. Trim of nn nnknown origin started in
the hold ofltho cruiser Washnigton. be
ing built at New York. It was extin
guished beforo serious damage was done.
A roliher walked into the bank of a
emill town near Council Bluffs, Iowa,
and after compelling the assistant
cashier to band over $1,500, locked her
in the big vault and dopaitea
Russia Ib finding it veiy difficult to
Becure shipB to carry coal to Vladivo
The Russians have frustrated several
attempts qf , tho enemy to break
through tneir lines.
The International Peace congress has
made an earnest appeal to all nationB
to take steps" to avert more wars.
The Japanese are feeling out the Rus
sian positions around Mukden and a
general advance 1b expected next week.
It it said that Secretary Ilitchcock's
roport on land frauds, was largely in
tended to cover up his own shortcom
ings. Hops have made another advance in
the Willamette vallej, several sales be
ing reported at Independence at 81
Tha nhlnnfla government savs that if
foreign capital is needed for proposed
railway construction, u win nrsi turn
flhlneae refugees from Southern Man
churia say tlie Japanese are adminis
tering affairs with a high hand.
There is a creat scarcity of provisions
among the native popualtion.
Lieutenant Granville Fortescue,
American attache, who has been with
the besieging forces at Fort Arthur, is
returning homo, lie is pledged to
secrecy b to the conditions around the
Four persons wero killed and fifty in
jured in an English railway accident.
Fire wiped out an entire village in
Southern Russia, Five hundred fam
ilies are homeless.
Tho Norwegian bark Sir John Law
rence, from London, struck on rocks ofl
the coast of Norway and went down
with all on board.
Detectives are unable to find any clew
to the persons who have attempted to
destroy the battleship Connecticut.
There is little danger that any further
attempt will be made. Marines are
Btationed till around the boat and oth
ers on it.
According to dispatches from Okla
hma the South Canadian river la high
er than in 40 years, It is feared that
the loss to cotton and corn crepa and
bridges, with other properties along
the rlver throughout the territory,
will b enormous. No low of life has
PLEA NOT IN VAIN.
America Gains Another Victory In
Bt. Petersburg-, Oct. 8. Contrary
to general expectations the represen
tations submitted to Russia by the
United States for the recognition, with
out discrimlnaton, of American pass
p6rh have not been entirely fruitless.
Foreign Minister Latrsdorff 'a repponee,
communicated to Ambaeeador McCor
mick today, even creates the hope that
something may actually bo accomp
lished. After receiving consideration at the
foreign office, the American noti was
reforred to the high comission for gen
i&al revision of passport laws, which
vi as created by imperial ukase, In De
cember, 1003. Al) matters relating to
passports and the exclusion of the Jews
are governed by the international laws
of the empire, and the question is out
side of the direct field of diplomatic
negotiation. By referring the repre
sentation of the United States, compli
ance with wnich would involve a modi
fication of the passport laws, to the
commission, which body Is competent
to act thereon, a decisonof the question
may be directly reached.
An official of the foreign office has
been appointed by Count Lamsdorff to
Bit with the commission, thus insuring
consideration of tho international ao
pect of the question. Moreover, the
commission will sit under the diiection
of thejmini8ter of the interior and Am
aBMcCormick, who had an ex
teMHp: with Prince Sviatopolk
Miiskyhe minister of the interior,
upon the subject this afternoon, found
him, as might have been expected from
his recent public utterances, quite
AUTO PLUNGES OVER BANK.
Train Strikes the Wreckage and
Three People are Killed.
New York, Oct. 8. While speeding
along in the Bronx early thia morning
an automobile containing nino persona
went off an embankment at One Hun
dred and Sixty-first street and Jerome
avenue and two persons, a man and a
woman, were killed The machine fell
on.to tho Now York Central tracks,
a'sel'the wreckage was strock'bya south
In the tuto-nobile when the accident
occurred were five women and four
men. At Jerome avenue and One Hun
dred and Sixty-first street tho roadway
is between 30 and 40 feet above the
railroad tracks. When the big ma
chine plunged downward it struck near
the southbound tracks, and tho nine
persons and the automobile were caught
by an incoming train.
Besides the two killed, all the others
in the automobile were injured. They
were taken to the Fordbam hospital,
where It was reported at 1:30 this
morning that at least four of those hurt
were in a serious condition.
One of the paseengera on tho train
said that the train was running about
35 miles an hour when it struck the
machine. The machine waa a heavy
touring car, and it is Bald was running
down Jerome avenue at a rapid rato of
STATION TOR COLUMBIA.
Navy Department Is Pushing Estab
lishment of Wlrejess Teleflraphy.
Washington, Oct. 8. Admiral Man
ney, chief of the buieau of the equip
ment of the navy department, has been
pushing with great energy tho estab
lishment of wireless stations for naval
and goneral maritime use. A report
addressed by him to the secretary of
the navy tome time ago, but just mado
public, shows the bureau already has
established 22 stations along the coast.
Among the stations to be established
are the following: San Diego, San
Pedro, Point Conception, Point Sur,
Point Arenas, Cape Mendiclno, Cape
Blanco, Columbia river, Cape Flattery,
Poit Townsond, Bremerton, Washing
ton, Sitka, Dutch Harbor, Kiska is
land, Honolulu, Midway islands,
Guam, Tutuila, Cape Bojeador, Point
Piedras, Capoes, Ologapo, San Bernar
dino, Port Subig, Port Cebu, Point
Tabuna, Hollo. Susla Straits.
Chairman Tawney Coming.
Portland, Oct. 8. James Tawney,
chairman of the exposition committee of
the United States congress, is to visit
Portland next summer to attend the
Tnwln and Clark exposition. Mr.
Tawney will be remembered as the con-
gressman wno aioou uy me urugun uei
egation at the time the exposition ap
propriation bill was brought Up, and
he is in a large measure responsible
for the passage of the bill. Word of
his intended visit was received yester
day by President Myers, of the state
Deathblow to Bullfighting In Spain.
Madrid, Oct, 8, The Institute of
Social Reforms, after a heated discus
sion today, decided by 13 votes to eight
to ratify the abtolut probiblthw il
Sunday bud fighting. Thia is eeasld
ored to be the datt blow to kill fght
ng ia Spam.
Z. F. MOODY
Largo and Commodious Warehouse, consignments solicited. 4
Prompt attention paid
Importer and Dealer in
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
aOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop.
Meals - 15c and up
Lodging - 25c and up
Only Brick Hotel in the City
824 Second St., Opposite O. R. & N. Co.
Passenger and Freight Depot
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Fine Harness, Saddles,
Tent and Wagon Covers
THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN
i THE DALLES -
When there, stop in and get prices.
A. M. mMAMS & CO.
Dry Goods. Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
A. E- CROSBY
Carries a Complete Line of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Household Remedle.
Druggists' Sundries and Photo Supplies. Country Mall Orders I give my personal
attention. A Graduate in charge. Safe delivery guaranteed. Your Pretcriptlea
ray Specialty. Strychnine and Pest Destroyers. Stock Foods and Dips of alt kinds.
Agency for Eastman Kodaks. Both 'Phones. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
For trie Best in Groceries go. to
BONN BROS. & CO.
THE DALLES, OREGON
Groceries, Vegetables, Fish and Poultry, Eggs and
Butter. AU Kinds
We Make a Specialty of Farmers'
All of Oar Buggies, Spring Wagons, Binders, Mowers,
Stoves and Steel Ranges must be sold by January 1st to
make room for another line of goods. It will pay you to
get our prices.
MAYS & CROWE
THE DALLES, OREGON
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED LINOLEUM
At 60 perxeat reduction from regular price. Cheapest House for best Furniture,
Carpots, Stoves and Orockeryware.
The Great Northern Furniture Store
EAST SECOND ST.,
to those who favor mo
SHANIKO, OREGON I
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Proprietor.
COMPLETE LIKE Of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES and CLOTHING
It will pay you to get oorulce before fit
m SECOND ST., TH3 lB OKXOOK
Mio branch at Gra vWey, Orcgoa
HENRY L. KUCK
HARNESS AND STOft-StDDLES
. Cowboy Outfits a Specialty
Dealer in Collar. WhipsSohetf amd
a general lino of Horewi'urnlshlBg
Goods, TentB, Awnings and Wajea t
Covers. All work guaranteed.
East Second St. THE DALLES, Ore.
Shaniko Drug Store
Toilet and Medicated Sopff
PerfUmery, Jewelry, Etc
DR. S. L PERKINS, Profckt.
GENERAL PLUMBER TIME!
Dealer In All Klnflj of
PLUMBING GOODS AND TINWARE
Agent for All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Star Windmills and Meyers Pumps
of Mill, Feed, Etc.
Write for Price
THE DALLES, OREGON.